Tuesday, November 7, 2017
The second day of Praja Sankalpa Yatra schedule goes as under:
Jagan begins his yatra at 8.30am at the rest place at Vempalle. He will hoist the flag at 9.50am at four road junction at Vempalle. He will interact with the people at Srinivasa Kalyanamandapam at 11.10am and at 11.35, he will perform puja at a temple in the by-pass road. He will garland the statue of YSR at noon. At 12.20 he will have lunch break in between Kadapa-Pulivendula. He will resume his yatra at 3.30pm and reach Sarwarajapeta village at 3.45pm., He will inspect Galeru-Nagari culver at 5.20pm and reach his rest place at Timmayapalli on the Proddutur road at 8.30pm.
It may be recalled that YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s ‘Praja Sankalpa Yatra’ began on November 6, 2017. ]] from Idupulapaya.
A large number of women, men and all ages of persons assembled at Vempalle crossroads in Kadapa district on the second day on Tuesday to welcome him. Jagan hoisted the party flag at Vempalle. Youth narrated their plight because of lack of employment and non-fulfilment of the promise to disburse unemployment allowance by the government. Muslims greeted Jagan and sought revival of quota for them and farmers lamented the ‘haphazard’ implementation of the loan waiver scheme and lack of remunerative price that left them in debt trap.
Jagan interacted with youth, women, farmers and senior citizens during the ‘rachabanda’ programme at Vempalle. He promised the unemployed youth that 1.42 lakh vacancies would be filled if the party comes to power. He also promised free power to all colonies inhabited by the SCs and STs. Assuring housing for all, he promised enhancement of the monthly pension to the beneficiaries to Rs.2,000.
He referred the ruling Chandrababu government as of Kaurava reign in the Mahabharata. He said that each college student would be disbursed Rs.20,000 towards college expenses. A project to establish a steel factory in Kadapa would be taken up to generate employment to 10,000 persons within six months of the party coming to power. He concluded his 12.6 km padayatra at Neelathimmayyapalle in Proddatur road where he stayed for night halt.